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in the united states. my brothers and sisters gladly gave our all for our country, but we need help to get our lives back to normal again. that's why we depend on the dav, the disabled american veterans, to fight for benefits and rights that we earned. don't forget america's disabled veterans, and remember the dav. john: for the past week kennedy has been our correspondent. i asked her to cover with the mainstream media does not and check out the protesters about corporate role. >> in the complaints about wall street kennedy saw hypocrisy. >> they all fly united they pompous their cars full of guest. >> i am worried about the environment. >> what type of computer. >> i have an apple. >> that is the corporation. have used the ninth corporate computer. >> did they make sense? >> to themselves. you think they will be the freedom lovers. they one to their own sets of laws. it is a little hypocritical. john: people call themselves an hour guest and call for more relation? >> corporation, yes. their own form of government smothering even though they where the pretty mask. it is hypocrisy across the
of a local government in the united states. >> did wall street really take jefferson county for a ride here? >> i leave they did. >> a federal criminal investigation of the sewer deal found that was the case. but wall street got a number of help from a number of people with their hands out. >> we had 21 people that either plead guilty or went to prison. commissioners, employees and contractors. >> that included former commissioner and birmingham mayor larry langford. sentenced to 15 years for accepting thousands of dollars in cash and gifts from one of the bankers. former commissioner gary white. ten years for accepting bribes from an engineering company that worked on the sewer lines. mary buckaloo probangs after lying to the grand jury. chris mcnair serving five years for bribery and conspiracy to solicit bonds. bond underwriter jp morgan settled with the sec, paying the county $25 million and the sec and a. the bank alleged to have bribed friends of jefferson county commissioners. >> there was definitely malfeasance in the whole use of the swaps et cetera. >> but the president and ceo of
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